CANNABIS CULTURE – Many people are now familiar with the idea that the ancient Jews used cannabis, under the names Kaneh and Kaneh Bosm, in their anointing oils and incenses.
CANNABIS CULTURE - The biblical Queen of Sheba, who also appears unnamed in the Quran and is claimed by the Ethiopians as theirs, famously brought gold and spices to King Solomon, circa 950 BC. But what exactly did she bring and where was she from?
The debate with truthsaves.org continues over the identity of the Hebrew term Keneh bosem with cannabis. References in Part 2 address the inevitable question, “If cannabis played such an important role in the Hebrew religion, how did it come to disappear?”
Part 4 of "When Smoke Gets in my I" a series on the history of cannabis and human consciousness.
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